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Dwight Carter

Dwight M. Carter

Monday, April 15th, 1940 - Monday, April 22nd, 2019
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Obituary

Dr. Dwight M. Carter of Fort Washington, MD passed away Monday evening, April 22, 2019, surrounded by loving family. He was born on April 15, 1940 in Mt. Olive, NC. He was a beloved uncle, brother, cousin, co-worker and dearest friend.

As a young child growing up in rural North Carolina, Dwight always dreamed of traveling the world. In 1967, his passion and dreams became a reality when his career path took him abroad. Since then, he worked, traveled and lived in many countries across the globe including the United Kingdom, Italy, Turkey, Germany and Japan. In his life, he traveled to over 83 countries.

Dr. Dwight M. Carter was also a man of many talents and skill sets. Over the course of his varied career, Dwight
worked as a teacher, school counselor, psychologist, supervisor, antique appraiser and the Director of Executive
and Career Development for the Department of the Navy, Office of the Auditor General. He was a very
accomplished man.

A Celebration of Dwight's Life will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 2 p.m. at the KALAS FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY, 6160 Oxon Hill Rd., Oxon Hill, MD.
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  • Service

    Saturday, April 27th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    When
    Saturday, April 27th, 2019 2:00pm
    Location
    Kalas Funeral Home and Crematory Oxon Hill
    Address
    6160 Oxon Hill Road
    OXON HILL, MD 20745
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Mary Hughes

Posted at 03:06pm
John and now Dwight. I know they are having a good laugh at this moment. The friendship will be forever and the many fun stories are in memory. Will miss the person but only in life. Sparkie
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Rosalind Rosenberg

Posted at 03:37pm
My most heartfelt sympathies to you and to Dwight's family. It was such a delight to spend time with him at the Kennedy Center most Fridays.
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Claudie, Rene and Strickland Family

Posted at 06:44pm
In loving memory of our cousin, Dwight Carter. You will be greatly missed.
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Bill Hobbs

Posted at 04:27pm
Good bye to everyone's friend! Dwight, we'll miss you--your wit, your intellect, your charm--in short, YOU. Rest in peace! From me and all our DoDDS Reunion friends. We will be toasting you in Albuquerque this summer!
(Bill Hobbs)
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Nassif Cristina M.

Posted at 10:46pm
My whole family (the Nassifs) is grieving the loss of our dear friend. It feels like there was never a time when Dwight wasn’t present in our lives! I grew up just around the corner in Ft. Washington and was lucky to behold his beautiful smile, ready laughter and warm spirit. He was a gentleman in every sense. I’ll never forget dancing with him at my cousin’s wedding! He really knew how to lead and I felt lighter on my feet than I’d ever felt before. He also had a way of making our family feel important and special. I will miss you terribly, Dwight, but I’m comforted knowing I have another angel smiling over me and my loved ones now. My deepest sympathy, prayers and love go out to his family and closest friends.
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